For the second day in a row, severe storms are being blamed for a tent collapse resulting in death and injuries.
A father and daughter were killed Monday when a circus tent at the Lancaster fairgrounds in New Hampshire collapsed amid 60-mile-an-hour gusts and hail. Thirty-two people were treated at hospitals for injuries.
Fire Marshal William Degnan said that the circus went on for about 15 minutes after a severe storm warning was issued, according to New England Cable News.
On Sunday, one man was killed and more than a dozen injured when a severe storm caused a tent to collapse at a community festival in a Chicago suburb.